Dunkery Beacon and Horner Woods from Horner

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A fantastic walk through the beautiful Exmoor countryside. Starting at the pretty National Trust-owned village of Horner, the walk first follows the streams of Horner Water and West Water through the Horner Wood National Nature Reserve, before climbing up Prickslade and Hollow Combes to gain the summit of Somerset at Dunkery Beacon, where you can glory in the views over Somerset, Devon and across the Bristol Channel to Wales. The walk then follws the ridge of Dunkery Hill before diving back into the woods to return you to Horner.

England - South West England - Somerset - Exmoor

Features

Cafe, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, National Trust, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
03/08/2013 - Richard Hardy

Lots of off lead walking through the woods of Horner, but some walking on quiet country roads is unavoidable Exposure to livestock is a potential

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1.2 Miles
16.8 Miles